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After a special 2017-18 school year, the Aiken Falcons have been awarded the CMAC All-Sports Trophy!

#SWOOP!

After an exciting track/field meet at Woodward High School, the CMAC has back-to-back Champions in both boys and girls track/field!

Girls High School - Taft Senators

Boys High School - Aiken Falcons

Girls Jr High - Woodward Bulldogs

Boys Jr High - Taft Senators

Check out more pictures from the meet here!

We're just a week away! The CMAC Track/Field Championships will be held at Woodward High School on Monday, May 7th.

This year, we will feature the Jr High and High School teams from the CMAC as they'll compete for 2018 bragging rights! Last year, Aiken High School won the boys title, led by Tim Williams (SR). This year, they'll look to become the third CMAC boys team to go back-to-back!

On the girls side of things, Taft will have a target on their back as they are the defending champs! They lost their top athlete, Ayanna Bond, but head coach Robin Morton has the Senators hungry and ready to run!

Let's pack the stands at Woodward High School as we support our students in the Championship meet!

Queensgate Baseball Complex, home of the Taft Senators baseball team, will be renamed this week!

On Thursday, April 26, the Reds Community Fund, in collaboration with CPS Athletics & the Cincinnati Recreation Commission will host a special ceremony before Taft's game against Oyler. The field will be renamed in honor of former CPS Board Member/CPS product & long-time youth baseball advocate, Chris Nelms!

The ceremony is set to begin at 3:30 pm and will include appearances from current Board Member, Lannis Timmons, in addition to Daniel Betts from CRC & Phil Castellini from the Cincinnati Reds!

Please come out and join us as we honor Chris and his family in dedicating the field!

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